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  • Cathedral of Seville at sunset

    Cathedral of Seville at sunset

  • Tomatito at the Seville Flamenco Biennial

    Tomatito at the Seville Flamenco Biennial

  • Interior de la Mezquita de Córdoba

    Interior de la Mezquita de Córdoba

  • The Alhambra in Granada

    The Alhambra in Granada

  • View of Malaga and its citadel

    View of Malaga and its citadel

  • Marbella, Puerto Banús

    Marbella, Puerto Banús

  • Ronda bridge, Málaga

    Ronda bridge, Málaga

8 Days – Cities of Andalusia

This itinerary introduces you to the architectural gems of Andalusia - Granada, Seville, Cordoba and Málaga as well as the famous stretch of Costa del including its golden beaches, white-washed villages and indulgent lifestyle, best experienced in the resort town of Marbella.


Day 1-2: Seville

Arrive into Seville’s Santa Justa station by the high speed AVE train from Madrid Puerta de Atocha (2 hrs 20 mins) or Barcelona Sants (5.5 hours) stations or fly into Seville’s San Pablo airport. Spend the next 2 days exploring the capital of Andalucia, a must see city on a trip to southern Spain. Visit its Cathedral and admire its lovely bell tower, the Giralda, or the stunning palace complex of the Reales Alcázares or get lost in the charming Santa Cruz district. In the evening, don’t forget to take in an exhilirating Flamenco performance. Overnight in Seville.

Day 3: Seville – Cordoba

Take the high speed AVE train from Seville’s Santa Justa station to Cordoba Central (43 mins). This World Heritage city, once the capital of the Umayyad caliphate is home to the stunning Great Mosque of Cordoba. Step back in history, as you walk around the old Jewish quarter, stop for a picture on the Roman bridge, discover the colourful patios/courtyards full of flowering plants or enjoy an equestrian show at the Royal Stables. Overnight in Cordoba.

Day 4: Cordoba – Granada

Take the high speed AVE train from Cordoba Central to Granada (1 hr 33 mins), located at the foot of the Sierra Nevada mountains and an hour from the sea. In the evening, do visit the gypsy quarter, the Sacramonte district, known for its cave houses and flamenco dancing. Overnight in Granada

Day 5: Granada

Known for the UNESCO World Heritage site of the beautiful Alhambra Palace & Generalife gardens and the Albaicín district, Granada is a rich cultural city with a wonderful and lively atmosphere, full of tapas bars and Arab inspired tea rooms. Overnight in Granada.

Day 6: Granada - Málaga

Take the high speed AVE train to Antequera and then change to the AVE train to Málaga (1 hr 35 mins). The capital of the Costa del Sol, the most famous stretch of coastline in Spain, Málaga is a lovely port city that is brimming with history and culture from the Alcazaba to the Roman theatre and the Picasso museum. Don’t forget to hit the shops offering everything from Andalusian handicrafts to high end fashion and enjoy the lively nightlife the city offers! Overnight in Málaga.

Day 7: Málaga – Marbella OR Ronda OR Costa del Sol beaches

Rent a car and head to the seaside town of of Marbella, known for the luxurious lifestyle it offers but also for its charming old town centre. Its probably most famous for its marina, Puerto Banús, full of luxury yachts, haute cuisine restaurants and exclusive designer boutiques. Head further to explore the famous beach resorts of Benalmadena, Torremolinos or Estepona.

You can also either take a high speed AVE train (2.5 hours) or take a guided trip to the typical Andalucian town of Ronda and take a walk along its cobbled streets and the stunning New Bridge spanning the El Tajo gorge.

Overnight in Málaga.

Day 8: Málaga

Fly out of Málaga Airport or take the high speed AVE train back to Madrid Puerta de Atocha station (2 hrs 40 mins).